SA Food Pics: Catfish Comfort Food


Classic catfish & Attaboy fries. - S.A.VORY/ INSTAGRAM
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  • Classic catfish & Attaboy fries.

This weekend was packed with nothing but comfort food, which is only appropriate for this sliver of Fall weather we are receiving and SA Food Pics is here to show it all. Cullum's Attagirl (726 E. Mistletoe Ave.) served up huge catfish (your choice of original or spicy) paired with their signature Attaboy fries and a side of fresh coleslaw during a recent fish fry. If you're not feeling up for the comfort food, a warm cup of coffee is always acceptable especially from Indy Coffee Co. (7114 UTSA Blvd.) who is serving some "Sean Pecan-ery" which is their take on Texas Pecan Pie in a cup. 

That's a wrap for this week's edition of SA Food Pics. Don't forget to tag us in your scrumptious food finds with #SAFoodPics and maybe you'll get featured in the next round! 

20nine Restaurant & Wine Bar
Alamo Quarry Market, 255 E Basse Rd #940

Mezcaleria Mixtli
5313 McCullough Ave.

803 S. St. Mary's St.

La Panaderia 
8305 Broadway St.

Indy Coffee Co. 
7114 UTSA Blvd. 


5011 Broadway St

On Fridays, we eat steak. #mayonnaiseistheonlyway

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Russo's Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen

17631 La Cantera Pkwy #102 

Saigon Express 
1626 McCullough Ave.

Cullum's Attagirl 

726 E. Mistletoe Ave. 

Pancake Joe's 
1011 Donaldson Ave.

Alchemy Kombucha and Culture 
1123 N. Flores St. 

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